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it's time to start all over again!! 





time on our hands . . . 



It's time for class, and work, and study, and 
then my stomach says, "Hey you," I know it's 
time to eat. But in my day, the time that's 
worth the most is the time that I spend for 
me. In my time, I keep my studious friends 
from their homework, or write a letter that's 
two months overdue. Then, I smile to myself 
and think of faraway places and gorgeous 
men. With this thought, I realize there will be 
a time. And when it comes he'll be blessed. 




there are hours spent all alone 

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all the good times! 



Approximately 300 students affectionately 
refer to VMC as home. In the dorms, all the 
girls have a place where escape from the rig- 
ors of class can be found. In these shelters 
from the storm of learning, each girl finds 
someone else who, like her, cannot study for 
one second more. When necessary, she can 
even find a friendly shoulder for homesick 
tears. Friendships begun out of simple need 
are built upon and grow into lifetime bonds. 
It is hard to live with someone 24 hours a day; 
but disregarding a few uncomfortable mo- 
ments, life at the Villa dorms is at the very 
least interesting. 







the dorm has become our second home our fellow 




IN AND OUT OF 1ST NORTH 




J. Taylor, C. Aylesworth, L. Abbott, L. Reiter, J. 
Hall, M. McCarthy, K. Kelly, E. Aarnio, E. Schilker, 
T. M. Todhunter, C. Lewandowski, M. Brova, J. Cir- 
mella, C. Mclndoe, C. DiVittis, T. Hatten, M. Mar- 
tin, A. Glucki, D. Kuhn, K. McGowan, M. Williams, 
S. Fenner, L. Daugherty, K. Galekovic, J. Stanford, 
S. Whistler, S. Kalp, J. Esterly, C. Donze, 



A. Brazeau, K. Swift, D. Skurcenski, M. Martin, A. 
Allgeier, A. Clouse, L. Schile, S. Payne, D. Gill, C. 
Andrews, C. Seliwitz, K. Costello, K. Crunkleton, A. 
Smith, J. Sobleskie, L. Anyzek, C. Van Zile, L. 
Pantzer, S. Schatz, D. Dozois, M. Barber, T. Car- 
diano, P. Butch L. McClain, L. Lynch, A. Noonen. 



SMILE FOR THE CAMERA 2ND NORTH 





F. Gullo, R. DeSpirito, S. Hall, L. 
Johnson, D. Denard, H. Hosey, S. 
Priest, R. Foor, L. Myers, D. Kozar, J. 
Willems, K. Fulton, N. Catalano, D. 
Lupek, K. Sweeney, Z. Stanick, P. 
Burkhart, V. Powell, P. Plasket, T. 
Walter, L. Mclntyre, J. Brown, G. 
Guzzetta, N. Herrington, L. Hugar L. 
Hugar, M. Quinn, C. Muravcki, L. 
Wilcox, C. Kane, K. Bray, D. Weir, P. 
Eaton, H. Holcomb, S. Neville, L. Da- 
vis, B. Kaplon, A. Blystone, D. Compel, 
J. Mrochek, B. Granger, E. Grimes, T. 
Wilson, K. Cotton, J. Flannagan, P. 
Kepple, C. Dibble, S. Burty, T. Hood, 
L. Vanscoter, M. Henshaw, T. Potts, K. 
Wuenshel, S. Ames, T. Palmesano, S. 
Lloyd, P. Montag, K. Barker, L. Rei- 
gle, K. Bishop, J. Bunyak, J. Davis, M. 
J. Blackburn, S. Meglowski, K. Stew- 
art, C. Ostrowski, M. McGovern, C. 
Lerch, P. Johnson, A. Miller 






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3RD NORTH AND SOUTH 




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AN EVENING WITH 1ST SOUTH 





C. Baker, B. Baron, L. Bell, L. Bend- 
er. J. Bidwell. J. Blankenship, P. 
Caldwell, K. Cammarata. D. Cham- 
berlain, J. Clegg, M. Gallagher. R. 
Foulkrod, P. Diane, A. Dengate, C. 
Deibert. J. Cynkar. T. Langdon, E. 
Lorei, L. Lynch, B. Mangold, K. Ma- 
tava. L. McMlure, M. Mcintosh. J. 
McNerney, M. Modzelewski. T. 
Manks, J. Myers, L. Neurohr, J. La- 
besky, B. Kucinski, J. Krug, C. 
Kowalski, K. Kolstee. P. Kneller. T. 
Jackson, T. Hoffman, K. Howes, C. 
Hamilton, L. Winters, C. Wallace, E. 
Vey, K. Twardowski, K. Turney, H. 
SchatA R. Schmidt, P. Shahen. R. 
Quimby. D. Sperling. J. Stemplinski. 
J. Stidd. S. Sunseri. L. Tahara. S. 
Tucker, C. Polesnak, H. Pilarczyk, T 
Palmesano, J. Nolf, E. Oakley. M. 
Zak, E. Woldering. 



ALL AROUND 2ND SOUTH 





S. Shotter, T. Pallitta, L. Scully, 
T. Wilson, T. Flamik, K. Palsa, V. 
Erich, M. Porter, P. Ribik, B. 
Pastor, G. Wiechelt, K. Ford, L. 
Rossi, S. Bond, D. Sasser, J. 
Swanson, A. Szustak, P. Shank, 
L. Steppling, D. Sturnick, M. 
Kulmoski, R. Grimm, D. 
Cawoski, P. Smith, D. Rafalski, 
K. Kenneth, M. Mixer, K. Loper- 
fito, K. Waltz, J. Williams, M. A. 
Shubert, D. Gillespie, K. Carac- 
ciolo, D. Paruso, C. McMillen, R. 
Courtright, D. Cushman, M. 
Walsh, J. Wyatt, P. Mead, J. 
Carch, C. Fisher, J. Best, J. 
Selker, G. Glosner, C. Keyler, M. 
Rudge, L. Hunt, M. Paranto, C. 
Boepple, C. Knightlinger, M. Pet- 
tegrino. 



VILLA LEADERSHIP 




Residence Council 




Student Council 
Commuter Council 



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Student Council — Pres: K. Cam- 
marata; V. P. Academic Affairs: P. 
Nickerson; V.P. Social Affairs: M. 
Porter; Recording Sec: R. Quimby; 
Corresponding Sec: M. Modze- 
lewski; Treas; L. McClure; Club 
Coordinator: L. Hunt; Publicity Co- 
chair: M. Brova, J. Ciramella; Reps: 

C. Reno, S. Whistler, J. Kremmel, 
M. McCarthy, G. Wiechelt, M. Par- 
anto, L. Myers, D. Kozar, J. Meyers, 
M. Martin, E. Oakley, J. Swanson; 
Alts: C. Mclndoe, P. Johnson, K. 
Palsa; S.C. Reps to Board of Trust- 
ees: K. Turney, K. Cammarata;Fa- 
culty Affairs: P. Nickerson, M. Szy- 
mula; Business/Finance: J. Volz, C. 
Meier; Development: D. Lee, M. 
Paranto; Curriculum: T. Todhunter, 
P. Nickerson; Academic Affairs: L. 
Reiter, P. Nickerson; Discipline: L. 
Schile; Student Life: J. Kremmel, 
M. Paranto, S. Patterson, T. Walter; 
S.C. Rep to Residence Council: M. 
T. Martin; S. C. Rep to Commuter 
Council: M. McBride 

Residence Council — Pres: D. 
Skurcenski; Vice Pres: S. Lambert; 
Recording Sec: P. Perlinger; Corre- 
sponding Sec: C. Smith; Treas: T. 
Flamik; Soc. Planning: L. Meyers; 
Program Planning: K. Miller; Pub- 
licity Co-chair: M.P. Fullen, C. 
Zsolcsak; Rep to Commuter Coun- 
cil: M. Walsh; Rep to Student Coun- 
cil: M. T. Martin; South Dorm Rep: 

D. Paruso; North Dorm Rep: P. 
Butch; Floor Reps: K. Swift, C. 
Titler, C. Fayne, C. Lerch, D. Weir, 
J. Sobleski, S. Fenner, D. Chamber- 
lin, D. Cushman, R. Foulkrod, A. 
Szustak. 

Commuter Council — Pres: J. 
Kneller; Vice Pres: M. McBride; 
Sec-Treas: S. Domeraski; Activities 
Coordinator: J. Bostaph. 



WORDS AND MUSIC 




Villa Maria College Chorus 




Folk Singers 




Folk Singers-R. DeSpirito, L. 
Schile, J. Cynkar, M. B. Szymula, C. 
Mclndoe, L. Reiter, M. Brova, C. 
Meier, C. Kowalski, C. Leonardi, J. 
Mrochek, A. Miller, Sr. Mary Fran- 
cis, M. McCarthy, M. Gaynord, L. 
Steppling, T. Hatten, E. Aarnio, M. 
Walsh. 

Yearbook Staff- Editor; J. Stanford, 
Artist: S. Whistler, Ads Manager: C. 
Lerch, Typists: L. Schile, D. Skur- 
censki. Photographers: J. Stanford, 
K. Kolstee, P. Nickerson, J. Winter, 
M. Harris, and especially T. Tod- 
hunter. Staff: P. Johnson, M. Rudge, 
L. Wilcox; and a very special thank- 
you to Jeff "JOSTEN'S" Brooks for 
his many hours spent working right 
beside us. 

Due to s mix-up with photography 
development, the Villecrit photo has 
been unfortunately omitted. The 
Vixen owes a great deal to the Ville- 
crit staff for their generous donation 
of time and materials. All of the Vix- 
en Staff wish to say "thank-you" to: 
R. Foor, S. Priest, H. Hosey, P. 
Shank. C. Ostrowski, V. Hundley, C. 
Buliche, J. Esterly, E. Fary, L. John- 
son, S. Lloyd, F. McCreary, M. 
McFadden, T. Potts, M.A. Rankel, 
K. Schratz, P. Weber, and M. Harris 



Yearbook Staff at work 



CAREER MINDED 




Modern Languages Club 




Business Club 



Modern Languages Club- T. Potts, 
P. Shank, A. Szustak, S. Priest, M. 
McBride, L. Rossi, R. DeSpirito. 
Business Club — V. Hundley, D. 
Shade, P. Butch, M. Rankle, R. 
Foulkrod, L. Bender, D. Skurcenski, 
J. Esterly, P. Perlinger, 
Therapeutic Recreations- M. B. 
Mason, P. Montag, G. Guzzetta, J. 
McNerney, C. Boepple, C. Os- 
trowski, D. Sperling, N. DaMico, J. 
Carch, P. Smith, K. Tradowski, J. 
Brucker, P. Caldwell, M. Gallager, 
M. Salvia, B. Beckwith, D. Munsen, 
C. Fisher, S. Fenner, P. Plasket, B. 
Oney, K. Kolstee, 1. Neuhorer, C. 
Baker, G. Yaple, J. Bostaphe, M. 
Cutter. 

Home Economics Club- A Majerik, 
M. Jenck, L. Rieter, L. Allen, C. 
Lerch, N. Herrington, M. Gregory. 




Therapeutic Recreations 
Home Economics Club 




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VILLA SERVICE CLUBS 



Campus Girl Scouts- 

L. VanScoter, A. Dengate, J. 
Kneller, C. Keyler, E. Aarnio, K. 
Schratz, K. Turney, R. Quimby, C. 
Wood, A. Allgeier, A. Clouse, K. 
Barker, C. Baker, M. Gaynord, J. 
Hall, P. Johnson, C. Kowalski, Mrs. 
Kneller Faculty Advisor. 
Student Nurses Organization- 
E. Aarnio, A. Allaeier, M. Anderle, 
L. Anyzek, K. Barker, L. Bell, J. 
Best, J. Bidwell, K. Bishop, A. Blys- 
tone, M. Brova, A. Brozeau, C. 
Burns, K. Cammarata, D. Chamber- 
lain, J. Ciramella, A. Clouse, D. 
Cushman, L. Davis, C. Deibert, P. 
Dine, M. DiSanto, V. DiVecchio, C. 
DiVittis, C. Donze, C. Erich, V. 
Erich, B. Fabrey, C. Fearen, M. 
Focht, M. Gaynord, D. Gillespie, G. 
Glosner, B. Granger, D. Grimes, R. 
Grimm, S. Hall, C. Hamilton, L. 
Harris, K. Hawes, T. Hoffman, L. 
Hunt, P. Hyatt, T. Iannacone, P. 
Johnson, M. Kaminski, P. Kneller, 
C. Knightlinger, B. Kucinski, D. 
Kuhn, M. Kulmoski, C. Keyler, S. 
Lambert, C. Laskowski, K. Loper- 
fito, D. Lupek, L. Lynch, B. Man- 
gold, M. Martin, M. McCarthy, L. 
McClure, J. McClosky, C. Mclndoe, 
M.M. MCIntosh, P. Mead, C. 
Meier, J. Melnik, C. Michal,, M. 
Mixer, M. Modzelewski, T. Monks, 
J. Mrocek, J. Myers, J. Nolf, C. Pa- 
lik, T. Palletta, K. Palsa, S. Patter- 
son, M. Pellegrino, D. Perry, H. Pi- 
larczyk, L. Pontzer, M. Potter, R. 
Quimby, M. Quinn, M. Rennells, C. 
Reno, S. Ritter, L. Rossi, C. Runkel, 
K. Schratz, L. Schile, E. Schilken, P. 
Shahen, P. Shank, S. Shasz, S. Shot- 
ter, M.A. Shubert, K. Stebell, L. 
Steppling, M. Stoeber, A. Stuart, D. 
Sturnick, S. Sunseri, J. Swanson, K. 
Swift, A. Szustak, J. Taylor, D. 
Thimmons, T. Todhunter, K. Tur- 
ney, T. Vahey, E. Vey, M. Walsch, J. 
Willem, T. L. Wilson, J. Wyatt, M. 
Zak, L. Hugar, M. Rudge, C. Wood, 
L. Onyzek, D. Kozar, P. Walker, M. 
B. Wade, T. Ribik, S. Thimmons, J. 
Selker, B. Pastor, S. Payne, J. Beck- 
eny. 

Recreation and Athletic Associ- 
ation- 

J. James, P. Smith, S. Fletcher, D. 
Rafalski, K. Kelly, L. Davis, A. 
Glucki, L. Schile, S. Fenner, G. Guz- 
zetta, P. Plasket. 




Campus Girl Scouts 




Student Nurses Organization 




Recreation and Athletic Association 



IN A SINGLE MOMENT . . . 




Take that you darn dust bunnies! 






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Here's to Saturday night! 






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Let go of my Gatorade! 





A little Elfen magic. 



Can I stop posing for this candid yet? 



SPORTS 





BUMP, SET, AND SPIKE: 

a team effort 





The 1980 Volleyball Team had their first winning 
season ever. They ended with a ten-none record. The 
team is a new one with only one returning player. The 
season was a team effort, however, Kim Kelly was 
named Second Team All-Conference. The team is 
coached by Shirley Fletcher. It is lead by K. Kelly and 
L. Davis the co-captains. The rest of the team are: M. 
Fay, P. Plaskett, J. James, L. Stepon, and M. Shu- 
bert, S. Bacik, S. Shimmons, K. Sweeny, L. Tahara, 
M. Henshaw, and P. Kepple. The manager of the 
team is T. Potts. L. Zurad is the trainer. D. Lupek 
keeps the scorebook and C. Kane is statistician. 



cVILLAcTMARIA COLLEGE 




TENNIS: 

A NEW 
TEAM 



The Tennis team is a 
young one with only two 
returning players, plus a 
new coach, Lydia 
Haynor. The team had 
practice four or five 
times a week for two 
hours. Their home court 
matches are played at 
Frontier Courts. The 
team had a lot of fun 
playing. P. Kneller is the 
team's captain. The rest 
of the team members are: 
D. Skurcenski, K. Swift, 
F. Gullo, P. Smith, L. Iz- 
bicki, J. McNerney, L. 
Schile, D. Dozois, T. Dal- 
mesano, and B. Kalpon. 



SOFTBALL SCHEDULE 
1981 



Sat., April 4 
Mon., April 6 
Tues., Aprl 7 
Thurs., 9 
Sat., April 11 
Thurs., April 23 
Sat., April 25 
Mon., April 27 
Tues., April 28 
Thurs., April 30 
Sat., May 2 



Geneva* 

Thiel 

Gannon 

Mercyhurst 

Behrend 

Thiel* 

Allegheny* 

Westminster* 

Mercyhurst 

Behrend 

Grove City* 



Away 
Home 


1:00 

3:30 


Away 
Away 
Away 
Away 


4:00 
4:00 
1:00 
3:30 


Away 
Home 


1:00 
4:00 


Home 


4:00 


Home 


4:00 


Away 


2:00 



*Keystone Conference counting matches 





TENNIS SCHEDULE 






1980 






Fri., Sept. 12 


Behrend 


Home 


4:00 


Tues., Sept. 16 


Mercyhurst 


Away 


4:00 


Fri., Sept. 19 


Westminster 


Away 


4:00 


Mon., Sept. 22 


Thiel 


Away 


3:00 


Tues., Sept. 23 


Gannon 


Away 


4:00 


Sat., Sept. 27 


Geneva 


Home 


1:00 


Tues., Sept. 30 


Allegheny 


Home 


3:00 


Thurs., Oct. 2 


Mercyhurst 


Home 


4:00 


Mon., Oct. 6 


Grove City 


Away 


3:30 


Thurs. Oct. 9 


Gannon 


Home 


4:00 


Fri., Oct. 10 


Thiel 


Home 


3:00 


Thurs., Oct. 16 


Behrend 


Away 


3:00 



a special note to 
the softball team 

Since softball season did not meet the publication 
deadline, the schedule is put in to show the school is 
behind you . . . Good Luck! 



BASKETBALL 

SEASON 

OPENS 



Villa began their season with a win over Behrend 
College and Kent State-Ashtabula. The team has five 
players returning from last year. The team is coached 
by Shirley Fletcher. Starting players for the team are 
Andrea Glucki, Kim Kelly, Laura Abbot, Tricia Ri- 
bik and Pam Plaskett. As seen in the picture. Row 
one- L. Abbot (co-captain), G. Guzzetta (statisti- 
cian), L. Zurad (trainer), M. McCarthy. Row two- P. 
Smith, T. Conaboy, C. Kane, S. Merglowski, L. Da- 
vis, D. Lupek (scorekeeper), S. Fletcher (coach). Row 
Three- A. Glucki, P. Plaskett, K. Kelly, T. Ribik, S. 
Vaughn, D. Rafalski (co- captain), J. James (statist 
cian), and L. Schile (thirty- second clock). 





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NORTH 
DOES IT 
AGAIN 



For the second year, North 
Dorm racked up the most points 
in the annual Swimming Intra- 
murals. The other two teams com- 
peting were the Commuters and 
South Dorm. The Former placing 
second followed closely by South 
Dorm. The teams met six times 
and swam nine events. North 
Dorm is lead by J. Perine and S. 
Fenner, the co-captains. The rest 
of the team are S. Whistler, G. 
Guzzetta, A. Clouse, C. DiVittis, 
P. Eaton, H. Holcomb, N. Hur- 
ley, D. Dozois, and C. Dibble. The 
Commuters Captain was J. 
Kneller. The members are M.B. 
Pantzis, M. McBride, B. Culla- 
ton, P. Pecora, A. Tronetti and 
P. Hyatt. South Dorms members 
are T. Flamik (co-captain), K. 
Palsa, (co-captain), M. Porter, 
J. Ribic, M. Walsh, K. Lynch, D. 
Sperling and S. Bond. 




IN THE BEGINNING 



Freshmen means: 

Breaking away, leaving home, 
making new friends, adjusting to 
roommates, wearing beanies, 
playing lawn games, singing VMC 
songs, studying Block, learning to 
eat SAGA food, taking phone 
duty, struggling through College 
Comp. at 8:00 a.m., pigging out at 
Skippereno's, staying up all night 
talking about nothing, popping 
popcorn, searching for ice cubes, 
cramming for finials, and finally 
advancing to sophomore year! 





You will love your Beanie! 



Cooperation by Residents and Student Council. 



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They DO love their Beanies. 






AND IN THE END! 



Many of the Freshmen who enter Villa, leave 
with either a BSN or an AD degree in Nursing. 
Because the nursing students who leave Villa's fine 
program are in demand, Villa sets aside a day so 
that representatives from hospitals around the area 
can come on campus and talk to the nurses about 
their facilities. The day is most benificial to the 
Juniors and Seniors, but everyone benifits from 
this service. 



More reasons 

* 100 percent tuition 
reimbursement 

* High Competitive salary 

* New graduate 
internship program 

* Accumulative 
Personal days 

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Villa's Woman's Day activities 
started on Monday evening with two 
movies followed by a discussion of 
the movies. Tuesday morning, Wom- 
an's Day got into full swing at 8:00 
a.m. with "The Three-Mile Run" 
around campus. Then at 1 1:00 a.m., 
there was a panel discussion on 
"Women in Media". June Smith 
from WQLN TV, Lisa Adams from 
WICU TV and Joy Greco from 
WJET radio participated in the dis- 
cussion. At 2:00p.m. Attorney Lyn- 
ette Lang lectured on the legal issues 
which face women. Later in the 
afternoon the mood changed a little 
for an informal Auto Mechanics 
Seminar presented by the chief me- 
chanic at Exit 4 MOBIL station, 
Linda Steward. Finally, the day was 
concluded by a lecture entitled "Pre- 
paring to make many choices— Lead 
many Lives". It was given by Dr. 
Eloise Murray, an Associate Profes- 
sar of Home Economics at Penn 
State University. Everyone who at- 
tended the day's events seemed to- 
enjoy them as well as benifit from 
them. 



A DAY FOR WOMEN 




HALLOWEEN AT VILLA 

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It's Miller Time. 



Have you seen 6 little guys wandering around? 



WHAT DO YOU THINK . . . 



we look like that all the time. 



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Didn't your mother ever tell you not to put your finger in a light socket? 




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Smiles make people wonder what you're up to! 





Nancy Nurse and her blood mobile. 



LITTLE SISTERS VISIT 




VILLA'S HOE - DOWN 




ALPHA OMEGA PLAYERS PRESENT: 

ANGEL ON MY SHOULDER 




THANKSGIVING WITH FRIENDS 




CHRISTMAS WITH 




ALL THE TRIMMINGS! 









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Never shall I forget 
the days which I spent 
with you. . . 

Continue to be my friend, 
as you will always 
find me yours. 



Ludwig van Beethoven 





President: Sister M. Lawreace Antoun, Ph. D. (A.B.D.) 




Vice President for Academic 

Affairs/ Academic Dean 

Sister Mary Mark Doubet, Ph.D. 



Dean of the Erie Institute for Nursing 
Dorothy J. Novello, Ph. D. 




Vice President for Finance and Planning 
Sister Jean Baptiste Di Luzio, M.A. 




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Vice President for Student Affairs 
JoAnn D. Painter, Ph. D. 





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Vice President for External Affairs: Dennis Stefanacci, 

M.A. 

. . . and he guards the baseline too! 




John T. Young 

Assistant Professor, English 

Yearbook Advisor 



Sister James Francis 

Mulligan 

Associate Professor 

Director, 

English/Communications 




Consualo M. Sague 

Associate Professor, 

Spanish 

Director, Modern 

Language 





Donald L. Tronetti 

Assistant Professor, 

Education 



Librarians 
Sister Mary Thomas Downing; Sister Eleanor Jones 





Mildred Howard, Assistant Professor Nursing 

Mary S. Smith, Associate Professor, Nursing 

Lois Bernardini, Assistant Professor, Nursing 

Lori Demeter, Clinical Laboratory Assistant, Nursing 




Deborah Gorny 

Assistant Professor, 

Nursing 




Alice E. Conway, Assistant Professor, 

Nursing 

Director, Acute and Critical Care Program 



Suzan Ulrich, Instructor, Nursing 




Teresa Peduzzi, Assistant Professor, Nursing 
Director, Primary and Long Term Care Program 





Donna Umpleby 
Clinical Laboratory Assistant, Nursing 




Sandra Kramer, Assistant Professor, Nursing 




Shirley F. Francisco, Assistant 
Professor, Nursing 




Reverend Jerome Simmons 
Director of Campus Ministry 



Health Services 

Paula Nason, R.N. 

Kathy Malone, R.N. 




Elaine M. Clyburn, Assistant Professor 
Director, Social Work Program 




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Ruth Hahn, Assistant Professor, Sociology 
Chairperson, Department of Business 




David J. Gustafson, Assistant Professor, Biology 



Dr. Richard LeVan, Assistant Professor 
Director, Psychology Program 




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Christopher J. Pantzis 
Assistant Professor, Social Work 





James E. Zaranek, Assistant Professor, 

Mathematics 

Chairperson, Department of 

Science/Allied Health 



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Above Sister Lucille DeStefano 
Assistant Professor, Fine Arts 

Right Margaret Y. Krider 

Curriculum Coordinator, Fine Arts 

Program 




Above Miriam S. Kneller 
Assistant Professor, Physical Education 



Right Sister Mary Francis Becker 
Lecturer, Arts 





Roy Olsson, Assistant Professor 
Director, Therapeutic Recreation Program 





Sister Carol Fleming, Instructor, Dietetics 




Patrick Ward 
Director of Admissions 



Dr. Ann Cossette, Curriculum Coordinator 
Theology/ Philosophy Program 





Sister Mary Julia Scully 
Director of Media Library 



Dr. Suzanne Loss, Home 

Economics 

Chairperson, Department of 

Human Ecology 





Sister Elizabeth Niebauer 
Instructor, Business 




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SENIOR DIRECTORY 



Laura E Abbott 
241 East Main St 
Girard. PA 16417 

Susan M Allegretto 
215 Ash Street 
Ridgway. PA 15853 

Patricia A Allen 
929 Lincoln Avenue 
Erie. PA 16505 



Karen A Cammarata 
2445 Pin Oak Place 
Pittsburgh. PA 15220 

Jamne M Carch 
4607 Bowes Ave 
West Mifflin. PA 1512 

Linda M Carney 
2302 Vi Peach St 
Erie. PA 16502 



Kathleen M Freemar 
6743 Washington Av 



Robin K Ganz 

501 E 38 Sesler 123 

Erie. PA 16504 

Tamara L Graffius 
446 West 31st St 
Erie. PA 16508 



Kim Amon 
1911 Grove Dr 
Erie. PA 16505 



Karen S Cermak 
9117 Kuhl Road 
Erie. PA 16510 



Linda J Andrews 
Box 205 Baldwin Hall 
Erie, PA 16546 

Susan Angelotti 
119 Vi Brewster St 
Erie, PA 16503 

Anna Audino 
1202 Warren 
New Castle, PA 16101 

Mary Lou Babnis 
329 West 7th St 
Erie, PA 16502 

Barbara Bauer 

310 West 7th St A-l 

Erie. PA 16502 

Roberta L Baughman 
3166 West 42nd St 
Erie. PA 16506 



Theresa L Cordiano 
906 Willow Drive 
Clearfield, PA 16830 

Karlyn M CosteLo 
247 Prospect St 
Brownsville, PA 15417 

Susan M Crowley 
9 Elm Street 
Bradford. PA 16701 

Iris Custead 

R D 6 

Meadville. PA 16335 

Judith L Dahlkemper 
5240 Schrimper RD 
Erie, PA 16510 

Valerie Damond 
3635 Cameo Way 
Erie, PA 16506 



Diane M Grimes 
702 W 26th St Apt 3 
Erie, PA 16508 

Francine M Gullo 
720 Prospect 
Buffalo, NY 14213 

Lisa Ann Holl 
2727 East 28th St 
Erie, PA 16510 

Anne Marie Hollister 
2828 Sterrettania Rd 
Erie. PA 16506 

Margaret E Hyatt 
702 West 26th St 
Erie. PA 16508 



Mary E Beckwith 
3702 Hazel St 
Erie. PA 16508 

Judith Ann Bekeny 
635 Delaware Ave 
Erie, PA 16505 



RD 5 Box 240 

Latrobe, PA 15650 



Anne Marie Dengate 
5926 Ward Road 
Sanborn, NY 14132 

Mary Anne De Santis 
819 West 8th St 
Erie, PA 16502 

Mary D Lyon 

5846 Heritage Drive 

Erie. PA 16509 



Erie. PA 16501 

Kathleen Joint 
1210 East 29th St 
Erie, PA 16504 

Maria L Kaminski 
61 1 Burtner Road 
Natrona Heights PA 15065 



Cheryl M Boepple 
29 Tornngton Lane 
Willingboro, NJ 08046 

Dawn Bonnes 
648 West 6th St 
Erie, PA 16507 

John J Bowers 
632 East 34th St 
Erie, PA 16504 

Pen Bridger 
R D 2 

Cambridge Springs. PA 16403 

Elaine P Britton 
110 East 35th St 
Erie, PA 16504 

Mrs Jean M Brucker 
4011 Stellar Drive 
Erie. PA 16506 



Lon Ann Bush 
1433 East 7th St 
Erie, PA 16503 



Valerie De Vecchio 
147 W 4th St A-201 
Erie, PA 16505 

Ralph E Dolan 

1910 Whitley Avenue 

Eric. PA 16503 

Julie Ann Edkin 
1557 West 41st St 
Erie, PA 16509 

Mary Elizabeth Ek 
1942 West 38th St 
Erie, PA 16508 

Joanne L Esterly 
10547 Phllpsville Rd 
Wattsburg. PA 16442 

Mary Farmer 
4140 Burton Ave 
Erie, PA 16504 

Carolyn A Fearen 
426 Deerfield Dr 
Camp Hill, PA 17011 

Callie E Fisher 

Box 461 

EI;sworth, PA 15331 

Robin J Foor 

216 Fair Ave R D 3 

Johnstown, PA 15904 



Lorraine A Kaye 
508 Main Street 
West Middlesex, PA 16159 

Kim M Kelly 
PO Box 155 
Woodland, PA 16881 



Kimberly Kenneth 

R D 5 Box 377 

Mc Donald, PA 15057 

Karen T Kierzek 
2846 East 28th St 
Erie, PA 16510 

Mrs Jean M Kloecker 
209 Shorehaven Dr 
Erie, PA 16505 

Kimberly A Kolstee 
R D 4 Spirit Hill 
Corry, PA 16407 

Jeannie Krajewski 
65 Junewood Drive 
Levittown, PA 19055 

Judith A Kremmel 
782 Fairdale Ave 
Ambridge. PA 15003 



Marianne Kulmoski 
216 East College St 
Canonsburg. PA 15317 

Donna J Lakis 
277 9th St 
Belhpage. NY 11714 

Suzanne C Lambert 
956 Corn Cob Lane 
Orange. CT 06477 

Tammie M Lance 
100 Font Hill Apt H2 
Doylestown. PA 18901 

Ann Mane Larson 
337 East 7th St 
Erie, PA 16503 

Susan R Lloyd 
1492 S Kcim St 
Pottstown PA 19464 

Kathleen N Loperfito 
316 Walnut St 
Vandergnft. PA 15690 

Kathenne Lott 
3015 Old French 
Erie, PA 16504 

Diane Martin 

128 Montmorenci Ave 

Ridgway. PA 15853 

Mananna T Martin 
RD 1 Moore RD Bx 92 
Orwell. OH 44076 

Mary Beth Mason 
710 Liberty St 
Erie, PA 16502 

Janet E Mc Closkey 

190 Clay 

Rochester. PA 15074 

Susan E Mc Dermott 
147 W 4th St No 103 
Erie, PA 16507 

Janet K Mc Nerney 
238 Hoffman Ave 
Oil City. PA 16301 

Janet Louise Messmer 
515 West 29th St 
Erie. PA 16508 

Linda S Meyers 
5626 North 5th St 
Philadelphia. PA 19120 

Joy Ann Mezzacapo 
4057 Canterbury Dr 
Eric. PA 16506 

Christine A Michal 

109 Melrose Dr 

New Stanton. PA 15672 

Donna M Miller 
403 Greenwood Ave 
Punxsutawney. PA 15767 

Karen A Miller 
RD 3 Keithwood Dr 
Valencia. PA 16059 

Molly S Mixer 
R D 2 Box 2946 
Mercer. PA 16137 

Elaine L Modlo 
132 Worthy Ave 
Medina. NY 14103 

Dee Ann Morgillo 
Bloomington Ave 
Curwensville. PA 16833 



Lori Marie Ncurohr 
2005 Mount Troy Rd 
Pittsburgh. PA 15212 

Kimberly A Nine 
851 Deer Lane 
Rochester. PA 15074 

Ann Marie Noonen 
307 Grand Street 
Hornell. NY 14843 

Cheryl Ann O Connor 
702 W 26th St Apt 3 
Erie, PA 16508 

Barbara A Oney 
5732 Glen Hill Dr 
Bethel Park, PA 15102 

Mary Beth Pantzis 
545 West 5th St 
Erie, PA 16507 

Michele Parker 
6360 Longwood Dr 
Erie, PA 16505 

Cynthia L Perchinsky 
325 West 20th St 
Erie, PA 16502 

Mary Agnes Porter 
R D 2 Box 536 
Karns City, Pa 16041 

Sandra Lynn Priest 
RD 2 N Otto Rd 
Cattaraugus, NY 14719 

Robin Lynn Quimby 
RD3 Box 213 
Coudersport, PA 16915 

John M Quinlan 
Gibson Hill Road 
Edinboro, PA 16412 

Cynthia L Reno 
6732 Lamor Road 
Sharpsville, PA 16150 

Mae D Roberts 
3925 Lewis A-6 
Erie, PA 16504 

Mary Margaret Roche 
56 Welch Ave 
Bradford. PA 16701 

Helen L Schatz 
1427 Rosely Rd 
St Marys. PA 15857 

Giovina Scheffner 
554 West 31st Street 
Erie. PA 16508 

Anna T Schreiber 
134 Woodland Rd 
St Marys. PA 15857 

Cynthia S Mallon 
1936 West 38th St 
Erie. PA 16508 

Janet M Skiba 
538 Glen Avenue 
Johnsonburg. PA 15845 

Debra Skurcenski 
1222 Franklin St 
No Braddock, PA 15104 

Colleen F Smith 
R D 2 Box 247 
Greensburg, PA 15601 

Louise M Smith 
226 Dippold Ave 
St Marys, PA 15857 



Judy Kay Stanford 
829 West Corydon 
Bradford. PA 16701 

Geralyn M Stefanek 

R D 1 

Ml Pleasant. PA 15666 

Heather S Deering 
1643 Edgewood Drive 
Erie, PA 16509 

Marianne Stoeber 
3407 Atlantic Ave 
Erie. PA 16506 

Margaret A Stuart 
508 Martha Dr 
Meadville. PA 16335 

Diane M Sturnick 
940 Armory Drive 
Greensburg, PA 15601 

Mary Beth Szymula 
10 Fawn Circle 
Malvern. PA 19355 

Elizabeth J Tivnan 
256 East 8th St 
Erie. PA 16503 

Lucia Trevino 
1917 Glendale Ave 
Erie, PA 16510 

Debra Lynn Trexler 
768 Highland Ave 
Vineland, NJ 08360 

Deborah L Troxell 
1205 West Eighth St 
Erie, PA 16502 

Kimberley A Turney 
443 Lincoln Ave 
Carnegie, PA 15106 

Teresa Ann Vahey 
2404 E Springwood Dr 
Glenshaw, PA 15116 

Mary Ellen Valimont 
RD2 Daggett Rd 
Girard. PA 16417 

Pamela Walker 
944 West 8th St 
Erie, PA 16502 

Traci Lynn Weaver 
105 Gurth Lane 
Johnstown, PA 15905 

Pamela S Weber 
1026 West 26th St 
Erie, PA 16508 

Laura D West 
5580 W Millfair Rd 
Fairview, PA 16415 

Sharon Ann Whistler 
8261 Coach Court 
Allison Park, PA 15101 

Joanne R Winter 
702 West 26th St 
Erie. PA 16508 

Laureen A Winters 
812 S Pittsburgh St 
Connellsville. PA 15425 

Margaret M Zsolcsak 

Box 13 

Calumet. PA 05621 



Dianne Lindcy-Munson 
1847 West 22nd St 
Erie. PA 16502 



Susan Ann Spears 
1236 Smithson Ave 
Erie. PA 16511 




Laura Abbot 

Psychology 



Cheryle Boepple 

T/R Act 




Sharolyn Bow mat 

T/R Act 



Karen Cammarata 

Nursing 



Susan Lloyd/Karen Caracci 

English, 
Communications/Nursing 



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Janine Carch 

T/R Act 



Karlyn Costello 

Nursing 



Sue Crowley 

Social Work 




Denise Cushman 

Nursing 



Ann Dengate 

Social Work 



Leora Ennis 

Psychology 



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Callie Fisher 
T/R Act 



Robin Foor 

English 



Christy Graham 

Nursing 




Maggie Gregory 



Fran Gullo 

Psychology 



Peggy Hyatt 

Nursing 









Kim Kenneth 

Chemistry 



Judy Kneller 

Biology 



Kim Kolstee 

T & R 




Judy Kremmel 
Early Educatior 



Marianne Kulmoski 

Nursing 



Donna Lakis 

Med Tech 








Suzanne Lambert 

Nursing 



Tammie Lance 



Ann Larson 

Nursing 






Kathy Loperfito 



Mananna Martin 

Nursing 



Janet McCloskey 

Nursing 







Donna Miller 

Nursing 



Karen Miller 

Nursing 



Molly Mixer 

Nursing 




Elaine Modlo 



Linda Mvers 



Lori Neurohr 

T & R 





Hi en Ngyven 

Social Work 



Kim Nine 

Nursing 




Cheryle O'Conner 

Nursing 



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Barb Oney 

T & R 



Mary Porter 

Social Work 




Sandra Priest 

French 



Robin Quimb) 

Nursing 



Cindy Reno 

Nursing 




Mary Roche 

Early Education 



Anna Schreiber 

Psychology 



Debbie Skureenski 

Business 





Sue Spears 

Nursing 



Judy Stanford 

Nursing 



Diane Sturnik 



Beth Tivnan 

Nursing 



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Anne Stuart 

Nursing 




Lucy Trevino 

Elem. Ed. Tra 







Kim Turney 

Nursing 


Teresa Vahey 

Nursing 


Tracy Weaver 

Med Tech. 












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Sharon Whistler 

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Joanne Winters 

Nursing 


Laureen Winter 

Sociology 








Margie Zsolcsak 

Early Education 



Marie Kaminski 

Nursing 



Dee Morgill 




best wishes 

from the 

yearbook staff 



SENIOR WILLS 



m 



ly doubles partner, Peggy Smith, my half of ability to p __„ 
nts of room 173 South will to 175 South peace and quiet and non-wi 
We, Karen Cammarata and Robin Quimby will to Lydia McClure, Matha Modzeleski, and P 
■ "'1 night Care Plans- You're now entering the hc~ '' 
r, will to Kathleen Ford, Debra Rafalski, Marga 
essence of "GROOVE", so the tradition may be carried on. We, Robin Quimby and Karen Cammarata \ 
"aility to scout out men at high rates of speed and subsequently attrace them on 179 di 
'ittehnroh inrlnHpH in this prize package is Robin's NSG. Ill notebook with sever 
' hash brown and pepsi breakfast to Karen Minichelli, I 
le Brova, and Peggy Montag. I, Mary Porter, will to the Grooves in 314 North i 
l hird Floor. Please wait patiently at 9:30 each morning for the i~'' 
i Freshman class of 1980-1981 especially my friend Maureen Ga 
. . BECOME! I, Tammie Lance, will to the next Senior Class President, my notes, plen 

:mber, be Patient!! I, Robin J. Foor, will the Villecrit and my chair at the 
>n MfuuuuH uiiivv, iu xwhu Hosey. To Cindy Ostrowski I leave Webster for Bog" 1 - 
itradiction. I, Lori Neurohr, will to any receptive students the opportunity for bizarre, heb 

y roommate, Judy Perine, goodluck as a Sr. Nsg. Major. I, Tei 
ved collection of candy bar wrappers, my portrait of the Urban Transcent Won 
maoir ha.t I got on Halloween, all my pictures of men who rat<»H "l V and mv 
lie". Sue Shimmons. I, Sue Lambert, will my insii 
Montag. I, Hien Nguyen order Janice Fedorko, Cathy Runkle, Patty Schneyer and R.A. Mary Szustak to 
r '*'^r until May 1982. I, Sandie Priest, leave to Cindy Ostrowski the salad bar to enjoy as r*" 
l Datience because anyone planning of 12 kids needs it. I further leave to Heidi Hosey i _ 

'arfs and one pair of steel-toed boots and 3 pairs of socks. Fran Gullo wills to Rosaria 
ve a gallon of paint, to K.B. Radio, I leave you Peace, to Cindy I k 
" latilda, and yours truely, JIM. 




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SPECIAL PATRONS 



Mr. & Mrs. John Aarnio 

Mr. & Mrs. Carlton Andrews 

Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth Bell 

Mr. & Mrs. Paul W. Butch 

Dr. & Mrs. Roy Cammarata 

Mr. & Mrs. Richard Chamberlain 

Mr. & Mrs. Edmond C. Clegg 

Mr. & Mrs. Dominick R. Cordiano 

Mr. & Mrs. Frank Costello 

Mr. & Mrs. Richard Dozois 

Mr. & Mrs. James Donze 

Mr. & Mrs. James H. Fenner 

Mary & Loretta Fisher 

Mr. & Mrs. Charles E. Flanagan 

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph W. Gallagher 

Mr. & Mrs. Richard Grudzinski 

Mr. & Mrs. Charles Kenawall 

Mr. & Mrs. Stephen Kenneth 

Mr. & Mrs. Bernard Kowalski 

Dorothy Kozar 

Mr. & Mrs. James Kremmel 

Mr. & Mrs. Leo Lambert 

Mr. & Mrs. Harry Langdon 

Miriam S. Lerch 

Galen R. Lloyd 



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nick 


Mr 


. & Mrs 


Paul McMullen 


Mr 


. & Mrs 


Richard B. Meyers 


Mr 


. & Mrs 


Ronald Myers 


Mr 


. & Mrs 


Walter H. Nickerson 


Mr 


. & Mrs 


Kenneth L. Nolf 


Mr 


. & Mrs 


Francis E. Oakley 


Mr 


& Mrs. 


James Pastor 


Mr 


& Mrs. 


Anthony Pellegrino 


Mr 


& Mrs. 


William Plasket 


Mr 


& Mrs. 


Raymond F. Potter, J 


Mr 


& Mrs. 


Gordon Reigle 


Mr 


& Mrs. 


Ellsworth Shade 


Mr 


& Mrs. 


Richard Shotter 


Mr 


& Mrs. 


Stanley Skurcenski 


Mr 


& Mrs. 


George E. Stanford 


Mr 


». Audrey Stidd 


Mr 


& Mrs. 


Edward Stonick 


Mr 


& Mrs. 


Edward Szymula 


Mr 


& Mrs. 


Terry Todhunter 


Mr 


& Mrs. 


Richard Walter 


Mr 


& Mrs. 


A. R. Willems 


Mr 

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& Mrs. 

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David M. Whistler 



Mr. & Mrs. Stephen J. Zsolcsak 



PATRONS 



Henri Hair Fashions 

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Fedorko 

Mr. & Mrs. Cleon Livingston 

Mr. & Mrs. William J. Lewandowski 

E.V. Lynch 

Mike (Security) 



Mr. & Mrs. Frank Modzelewski 

Mr. & Mrs. George T. Ribik 

Mr. & Mrs. John J. Schneyer 

Mr. & Mrs. Raymond W. Stemplinski 

VMC Home Ec Club 

Mr. & Mrs. Daniel Wallace 



Special thanks to parents who contributed but whose names do not appear due to deadlines 



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VMC ALUMNAE 
ASSOCIATION 

The alumnae of the college 
invite you to become a member 

Graduating Seniors have membership 
extended to them for 1 year 

Congratulations Seniors! 



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What is a friend? I will tell you. It is a person with 
whom 

you dare to be yourself. Your soul can be naked with him. 
He seems to ask of you to put on nothing, only to be 
what you are. He does not want you to be better or worse. 
When you are with him, you feel as a prisoner feels 
who has been declared innocent. You do not have to be 
on your guard. You can say what you think, so long as it 
is genuinely you. He understands those contradictions in 
your 

nature that lead others to misjudge you. With him you 
breathe freely. You can avow your little vanities and 
envies 

and hates and vicious sparks, your meannesses and 
absurdities and, in opening them up to him, they are lost, 
dissolved on the white ocean of his loyalty. He under- 
stands. 

You do not have to be careful. You can abuse him, 
neglect him, tolerate him. Best of all, you can keep 
still with him. 

It makes no matter. He likes you — he is like fire that 
purges 

to the bone. He understands. He understands 
You can weep with him, sing with him, laugh with him| 
pray with him. Through it all — and underneath 
he sees, knows and loves you. A friend? 
What is a friend? Just one, I repeat, 
with whom you dare to be yourself. 










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